The Woman in White (2018– )
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Episode #1.5 

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Mrs. Catherick hints at an irregularity with Sir Percival's parentage leading Marian and Walter to the church where his birth was registered. The baronet goes to desperate lengths to stop them.


Carl Tibbetts


Fiona Seres, Wilkie Collins (novel)





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessie Buckley ... Marian Halcombe
Ben Hardy ... Walter Hartright
Olivia Vinall ... Laura Fairlie
Dougray Scott ... Sir Percival Glyde
Riccardo Scamarcio ... Count Fosco
Charles Dance ... Frederick Fairlie
Art Malik ... Erasmus Nash
Kerry Fox ... Mrs. Catherick
Ivan Kaye ... Pesca
Christopher Fairbank ... Mr. Brown
Sonya Cassidy ... Madam Fosco
James Flynn James Flynn ... Louis
Tony Flynn ... Mr. Merriman
Cathy Belton ... Mrs. Hartright
Neil Keery Neil Keery ... Vernon


Whilst Marian and Walter rescue the traumatized Laura from the asylum where she was admitted as Anne and keep her hidden, Glyde, aware that Walter may have learned his secret from the deceased Anne tries to find him. Walter is given a cryptic clue from Anne's mother which uncovers that secret but Glyde sets out to thwart him, which proves his undoing. Fosco remains at large but Walter learns that he too has a deadly secret which clear the way for Laura and Walter to marry. Written by don @ minifie-1

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18 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Decent finale, perhaps didn't live up to the trailer.
7 May 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

I don't think since the concluding part of Line of Duty's third series have I wanted to see a concluding episode to a drama more. For the most part it satisfied, was a very good standard, but I can't help feeling a little disappointed. The opening episode was decent, but the mid point blew me away, I watched Parts 3 and 4 with my stomach in knots, drama is supposed to evoke emotion, those parts did so with enormous effect. I had hoped that gusto would have carried on into the conclusion, but it didn't really.

On the debit side I found the first half hour a little flat, very little seemed to happen, thirty minutes in though it took a very dramatic turn and regained its form. The acting was impressive as always, the production values first rate, and proof that the old ones are the best. Scamarcio, Vinall, Hardy, Dance all excellent, Jessie Buckley was a revelation as Marian. Surely worthy of a BAFTA for her sublime performance throughout.

I'm so glad this glorious story has been told to a new generation of fans, and hopefully lead to a few new Wilkie Collins fans, not too long ago we had a fairly staid remake of The Moonstone, this was ultimately more satisfying.

Mid point I was starting to think my overall rating of 8/10 was a bit low, but after all parts I think that's spot on.

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